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it will be kaepernick or smith who is still suffering lingering symptoms from a concussion despite pressure from the fans and media harbaugh has made it clear he is not going to sweep smith aside. >>> apple goes after samsung, again. >>> major step toward happening in new york following superstorm sandy. >> trading underway on wall street. dow off about 73 points. we go to jane king at the new york stock exchange in , dont miss a note, next here on "good morning america." >> she is just as beautiful in person as she is on tv, oh my gosh. thank you so much. >> she is the best, the best. >> see you later. the morning commute just got easier for people in new york and new jersey. starting today some train services that were hit hard by sandy back up and running, happy news for a lot of commuters who rely on the port authority's path service to get to and from new york city. >>> apple has asked a federal court to add six more products to its suit against samsung, the case is one of two lawsuits by apple against samsung. apple claims tablets and smartphones infringed on eight of its patents. apple wo
smith isaac granger. i studied him in great detail in a couple of cases he mentions that jefferson was a good master and that jefferson's son-in-law who ran things around here when jefferson was away, cornel raldolf was in charge he was an executive overseer. he was a good master. it in going through the record i found that he -- when he was strapped for cash, took isaac's daughter and sold him to overseer who took the young girl away to kentucky and she was never seen again. now, isaac didn't mention that in his memoir, why? i really don't know. maybe he told his white interviewer and the interviewer didn't want to write it down. maybe isaac didn't want to say anything that would hurt the feelings of a white man. maybe it didn't -- maybe it hasn't left my impression. we don't know. it's not there. it leads one to realize that there is a lot in these accounts that we really don't know, and that the psychology possible distortion that took place under slavery that we are still wrestling with. another person's memoir who i spent a lot of time with was peters to et. he left two memoir
with me, the sportsman at the children's commission did child abuse. the difficult reduced by cero smith -- will the prime minister help these victims by publishing the police files and a short police investigation takes place in to all the allegations into any cover-up. >> a serious issue being examined. extremely disturbing findings. we need to give every encouragement to the children and commissioner to make sure the final version of the report, on the specific issue he raises which is a serious allegation about a former member of the house, today confirmed they will investigate any allegations of sexual abuse that happened from 1974. i would say to all members of the house particularly what happened over the last few weeks, if anyone has information, take them to the police. >> mr. speaker, businesses are helping cut the boring deficit by paying tax on their profits but some multinationals appeared to be paying very low amounts, like starbucks and anderson. i wonder if the prime minister could tell the house whether he thinks the tax code needs investigating. >> it does need investig
. the difficult reduced by cero smith -- will the prime minister help these victims by publishing the police files and a short police investigation takes place in to all the allegations into any cover-up. >> a serious issue being examined. extremely disturbing findings. we need to give every encouragement to the children and commissioner to make sure the final version of the report, on the specific issue he raises which is a serious allegation about a former member of the house, today confirm they will investigate any allegations of sexual abuse that happened from 1974. i would say to all members of the house particularly what happened over the last few weeks, if anyone has formation, take them to the police. >> mr. speaker, businesses are helping cut the boring deficit by paying tax on their prots but some multinationals appeared to be paying very low amounts, like starbucks and anderson. i wonder if the prime minister could tell the house whether he thinks the tax code needs investigating. >> it does need investigating. they're looking as hard as they can at what can be done. there are some thin
in my life and a difference to so many people. mr. smith: i yield two minutes to the gentleman from florida, bill posey. mr. posey: thank you, mr. chairman. i appreciate the opportunity to join with me colleagues in recognizing chairman ralph hall for his tenure as chairman of the house science committee. during his service, he reached acrong the -- across the aisle and forged bipartisan coalitions to support important legislation and no program, in my view, has benefited more if his bipartisan commitment than the united states space program. representative hall has been an especially strong voice for our nation's human space flight program which has benefited not only tbs and florida but propoled our nation on the path of unprecedented scientific and technological advancement. we can all learn a lot from our colleagues. congressman hall leads by example. he's well known for calling a spade a spade. his word truly is his bond and you can always take that to the bank. advancing our nation's human space flight program has been a hallmark for chairman hall. as we look out at america's
is in the company of the works of other modern masters such as henry moore and jean arp, of david smith, noguchi, caro, rosati and motherwell. but she stands alone at the head of the south wall as a unifying force and vital core of color in the east building of the national gallery of art. ( music ) ( music ) narrator: thomas moran embarked on his first trip to the west in 1871. the united states at the time was still recovering from the ravages of the civil war. americans turned with hope to the western frontier. by painting the pristine grandeur of these remote places, moran enabled 19th-century americans to visualize a magnificent landscape most would never see. his paintings transformed their perceptions of the west. from 1867 to 1879, the united states government sponsored four western expeditions, now known as "the great surveys." of all the ais who accompanied them, none is more associated with the surveys than thomas moran. the watercolors he brought back from wyoming, the first color images of yellowstone, played a key role in the creation of the national parks system. yellowstone had l
on the floor of the new york stock exchange. and we have sandra smith. but first, nicole, what is moving? nicole: we do what we can. you have an up arrow and an up week. and we are taking a look at a shoe company, sketchers in particular. look at the stock here today. positive comments thus far on upgrading sketchers, the kids love sketchers. boosting their price target for the fifth time this year. $22 from 19. up until recently the company said they felt the stock had moved ahead of the fundamentals, after the recent check they have found the risk/reward has become more favorable and that is why they upped the price target again. obviously talking about the retailers will be responding nicely to the company's new style, they're really loving sketchers. up 10.5%. back to you. cheryl: sandra smith, think you like it can issue here or there, what are you watching? sandra: running and biking. look at the big movers to the outside of the cme today because there were a lot of them. midday when we got the announcement of the cease-fire. plunging energy prices, they rallied back finishing near
nicole smith's modeling legacy actually lives on. coming up, see her young daughter in a starring role. and if you are leaving the house right now you can watch us any time on your desk top, on your mobile phone, just go to cnn.com/tv. [ male announcer ] can a car be built around a state of mind? ♪ announcing the all-new 2013 malibu from chevrolet. ♪ with a remarkable new interior featuring the available chevrolet mylink infotainment system. this is where sophisticated styling begins. and where it ends? that's up to you. it's here -- the greatest malibu ever. ♪ part of a whole new line of tablets from dell. it's changing the conversation. ♪ but when i was in an accident... i was worried the health care system spoke a language all its own with unitedhealthcare, i got help that fit my life. so i never missed a beat. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. why they have a raise your rate cd. tonight our guest, thomas sargent. nobel laureate in economics, and one of the most cited economists in the world. professor sargent, can you tell me what cd rates will be in two years? no
smith himself. on one hand he's blowing kisses at smith and on the other hand you see what he's really saying. >> when you are on top you can play these little games. if he was a winning people would say oh well he's indecisive. he has a team all messed up because he won't name a starter. when you are winning some of that is just a look it me look in may. the best that he put and there is that the league instructed him to. because the gamblers want to know. >> he wants to keep them guessing. the latest thing i read i said you know what he can do anything even play them both. let's do a jet set here. that is brilliant ! >> you understand i'm saying when you're winning you are a genius. when you're not winning all the things he is doing keeping the team in the dark and upsetting both of them back and forth. he is the most compelling bay area sports figure. people love the forty-niners. by wednesday it will be a cap rack and that will be the end of it. -- collin kaepernick >> i say this is kind of mean to alex smith to do it this way. just say it. >> i am sure alex smith knows. i emphasiz
number one moneymaker? ♪ liz: the names may surprise you. sandra smith has a look at some of them. >> american express shopping with consumer confidence heptane of four year hiatus a big laggard. some of the stocks that were the best performers are going down in the final -- final trading days. of the biggest winner is until technologies. the buyers are flocking to the big names one stock that has been beaten up is down 17%. with an interesting trend those that are getting a boost. one of your favorites per radioshack. [laughter] only $2 per share and is up 7% was courting travel stocks, gaming stocks zale corporation headed been to the holidays up 5% we saw a big boost after the shopping weekend. best buy was a big winner on cyber monday they had on my deals. consumer confidence and shopping and a lot of the winners are there. intel and price to earnings is just eight. and the nasdaq is not on pace. >> radio shack. >> they have so much real-estate. >> could batteries and cables. >> likud the big board. down 73 points at 12,893 the point* is it is not a great days great day but th
influential idea of adam smith that markets would read to the efficiency of the economy. and ken arrow was the person who actually proved, the circumstances under which it was correct. so anybody who talked about the wonders of the free market, he was the one who actually showed that adam smith was right. but in showing he was right, he also understood that it was only right under very restricted conditions, and the healthcare sector was one condition in which it was never right, and similar to my own work on economics of asymmetric information -- >> core understanding. >> what it showed is the reasonable the invisible hand seems invisible is that it's not there. and this gesture is a real case on point. >> just to add, all abstract reasoning, but thenk at reality and it's overwhelming. the -- looking across countries can the united states has the most market oriented healthcare system and the most expensive without getting better results. >> we're ranked 37th in the world in the world health organization in terms of quality. >> within the united states, although medicare is very expen
out to hank smith, chief investment officer. hank, good more thning. are you surprised there is no more optimism in futures? >> no, not really. because here in the united states, it's all about the fiscal cliff and very interesting last week as congress was on recess on vacation, the markets were you up. you now that congress is back in seg, there's a lot of jitteriness and i think you'll continue to see this until there is a resolution at least until we see that the fiscal cliff is being averted, either with a bridge or something more comprehensive and permanent, which is highly doubtful in a lame duck congress. >> for example the durable goods orders, we've seen a fall off in investment. is that owed to this uncertainty over the fiscal cliff? >> absolutely. capital spending is on strike here in the united states and has been for a while. but the good news is 2013 should be the year that certainty replaces uncertainty. unleashing a lot of pept up demand. so we can make the case that we'll see an acceleration of gdp growth with this unleashing of pent up demand in 2013.
're not the old fashioned filibuster people remember from "mr. smith goes to washington" when senator smith stood at a desk probably about there in their mockup of the senate floor and talked himself exhausted reading from the baseball, reading from the constitution, he might have even read from the dictionary. i remember there was an old reporter up in the press gallery speaking about this and he talked about it being one of the great examples of american democracy, one lone senator able to speak until he's exhausted on pint that matters to him. people may have been frustrated by that kind of filibuster but there was at least a kind of noblity to it. the filibuster of today is very different. it's a threat from the minority party to bombard something with amendments so that it can't be managed on the floor. it's a threat to filibuster, to which the majority leader has to respond by filing cloture, and when the majority leader is forced to file cloture, the minority gets a benefit. they get 30 hours of debate. and, of course, as we've seen in the senate that 30 hours of debate is never used. it j
portfolio heading into the christmas season, those fickle teenagers? sandra smith following big movers today. sandy, i don't know how you keep track of them. >> they might be fickle but they're spending some dough out there. earnings coming from the teen retailers. they're opening their wallets and spending. aeropostale, for example, this is one of the cheaper, less expensive of teen retailers, far more less expensive than for example, abercrombie & fitch. they're giving investors lots of reasons to buy today. the stock is soaring up more than 5%, up near the highs of the session. a stock can certainly use a boost, year-to-date chart. they're heading into what they call a strong holiday season. casual clothes, lingerie selling well at arrow postell. they have the right price point. analysts love it. overweight rating. average price target. 25 bucks. $14 a share. the other one we're looking at is guess. reporting after the bell tonight. we saw anna nicole smith's daughter is in the big ad campaign there. this is another retailer that has been struggling over the past year. could use a little
nicole's smith's daughter is following in the denim footsteps. 6-year-old dannielynn, is starring in guess's spring ad campaign for kids. guess creative director says she has the same playful spirit her mother would carry onto the set. the ads were shot in malibu, california beach. lori: she is adorable. melissa: they start appearing on magazines, buses. she is really beautiful kid. guess is expected to report third quarter earnings tomorrow. the stock is trading near 52-week lows. they need something, maybe dannielynn is the key to success. lori: so debatable. she is adorable. she is same age as my kids. she was on a plane with them. my kids were so horribly based and she was perfect. anyway. the hits keep on coming for hewlett-packard. autonomy's former ceo rejected hp's allegations of fraud. shareholders line up to sue. melissa: later, 500 million dollars up for grabs. find the four leaf clove very, rabbit ace foot, whatever you got. we're chasing powerball frenzy. ♪ can. lori: follow up to this hewlett-packard accounting debacle. autonomy ceo mike lynch is firing back at hp
day. sandra smith in the pits of the cme with more on today's trade. oil reacting to the news of the cease-fire between israel and hamas, first of all. sandra: it certainly is. not really sustaining the selloff. currently down $0.24, still a little bit of a selloff but nonetheless prices have been coming down into thanksgiving weekend. a lot of drivers hitting the road, 34 million of them writing. obviously the cease-fire has an immediate impact on prices going down, but a lot of you say oil and gas will be going higher the rest of the year. >> we have come off of the 100 level. obviously we have seen high volatility in that market up 3%, down 3%. the last four days of trading up 2%, down 2%, a lot of volatility. all regarding the uncertainty in the middle east as you mentioned definitely prices at the pump are a concern. as long as sales are below 10$100per barrel. it just came off of an extreme. 70s are the lower extreme. sandra: a lot of traders on the floor so they are preparing for higher prices. a lot of these folks are saying if we get a compromise as far as the fiscal
advantage before december 31st. >> everybody needed to hang on to every penny. sandra smith from the fox business network good advice. >> 26 minutes after the hour. coming up one company is firing workers not because they did a bad job. because they didn't get their flu shot. we will tell you about this. and this man got teachers to the head of the class but they weren't qualified to be there. how he helped them cheat their way into their jobs. tarts with adding a friend... ♪ ...could end with adding a close friend. the lexus december to remember sales event is on. this is the pursuit of perfection. till you finish your vegetables. [ clock ticking ] [ male announcer ] there's a better way... v8 v-fusion. vegetable nutrition they need, fruit taste they love. could've had a v8. or...try kids boxes! >> welcome back to fox and friends first i am heather nauert. >> i am ainsley earhardt. it is 5:30 on the dot here on the east coast. time for the top 5@5:30. there's a new plan being formed right now to keep american troops in afghanistan after the handover to afghan security in 2014679 final
education or training. i spent a great deal of time at smith college when i started engineering program. and i found that all the students there were brilliant, of course. and that the course is inhumanities were rigorous and courses in science and engineering. what we were striving for there, and i think that many schools are striving for, holistically educated people that understand humanities and sciences. i think in this century, that you are going to be shortchanging yourself if you hire individuals that are only trained in the humanities that can write well, but have not been trained in quantitative thinking because they may get the first job, but they limit themselves. i just want to say this. because i have been dying to say this. for engineers, the same reason engineers go into that program, there is pressure to get the job. but we have misguided engineering students for many years because we come to engineering to get that first job. but we should tell them that we should go out there and create jobs. this is something that we have not done well in engineering. to teach the cr
% of last year but major retail stocks are falling today. sandra smith has the latest. >> what the nasdaq turning positive. the leaders include retailers e-bay is up 5% also urban outfitters. some are helping to boost the nasdaq into positive territory. even with the better than expected numbers it is slower growth from a year before. some of the most successful retailers combine the on-line experience macy's is applauded and target and sears. analysts cheer their willingness to open on thanksgiving. cesar's stocks performing on of broader market for amazon.com the clear winner over $1 billion of online sales of black friday. the most visited retail site we will see with cyber monday and j.c. penney panned again for not opening their doors on thanksgiving. reaching the lowest level of the year abercrombie and fitch one of the winners. melissa: a great segue. of his time to make money with charles payne. he has some fashion picks. >> start with abercrombie. this obviously has been a huge winner. the chase the stock? why was up? earlier u.s. sales were down but international sales jumped 37
will the a lot draw the line with respect to youth football, and as well, this afternoon, demaurice smith is here, professional players? >> [inaudible] this is a bittersweet discretion for me, as the son of a high- school football coach. i grew up in a football locker room, i have brothers and play college football. i have seen all the wonderful things that people can do -- football can do. i have enjoyed learning more about this issue, but my hope about this is that it really sparks a much broader debate. specifically, what should be the role -- is there a role for football in our during year high and high schools? we need to have a serious, honest, open, data-driven discussion that centers around the issue of return on educational dollars invested. the football community has to operate, you do not operate in a vacuum. you are part of a larger community. you are within the educational institution. so we have to be realistic about the challenges at that institution faces. specifically, standards are being raised, expectations are skyrocketing regarding our schools and what they need to do to inst
about the wonders of the free-market free-market, he shielded added smith and also understood he was only right under very restrictive conditions. in the health care sector was never right. and my on were put the reason the invisible hand sphinxes invisible is it is not there. [laughter] but just to add them with follow the same system on outbidding better results. >> breaking face seven. >> daewoo cotte talk a run across control and the more successful ad. >> of veterans health administration actually a the doctors are government employees. >> you did a calculation showing if we had a health care system that was as efficient we would have no deficit given the baby boom. >> >> it is actually called medicare. with the supreme act the of of, so all of these same of, so all of these same this but our budget problems will be done. >> cell it better dismantle. it is incredible. it is a rejection of theory and evidence. [laughter] that is pretty impressive. >> host: look at the interface between medical costs and the budget. the idea we have to have commissions like bowles simpson with
. >> this is far field. >> maybe they'll take smith over there. >> i want to point out the bond insurer. not that large of market cap. it should be up. important development today. bank of america you may recall this is very complex i know. they were trying to basically buy up a lot of bonds if you recall. it's failed. and so it's successful in -- they haven't been able to change dentures. remove responsibility there would be a default event on a lot of the things they were insuring. it would lead to a default of the holding company and now you see why that stock is up. a big win for mbia in that war with bank of america. more on that later. >> let's go over stocks in the dow in the last couple years that have done poorly. alcoa. hewlett packard. bank of america. it's done nothing. it's done absolutely nothing. even when all of the banks had a resurgence, they gave that up and a lot is endless lawsuits that they tell you they have it together. a tremendous number of lawsuits involved in the banking business. these bills are actually adding up. it's actually hitting the bottom line. >> i
smith. sandra: take a look at the nasdaq. the tech heavy nasdaq just barely in negative territory. research in motion, the maker of the blackberry, everyone is questioning about whether or not this company would survive. it had a huge run-up yesterday. take a look at this stock in 2012. let me get out the pencil. this is a huge hook line. will the company survive, does anybody even use the blackberry anymore, then over the course of the last month, better than expected stock. the stock has gone up 53% over the past month from eight dollars a share to now over $11 a share. jeffries said that the new blackberry has a 20 to 30% chance of success. they expect to avoid the worst case scenario. i will tease same time next hour we're are talking about facebook. everybody was skeptical. of 18% over the past month. we will talk more about that in the next hour. dagen: i thought i saw a five after that to. twenty-five. wow. on facebook. connell: it has been kind of a rough road. we have drew greenblatt. he had a big meeting with president obama. he is back. he will be talking with cheryl an
this year, we've got an expert on hand to make sure you baste your way to turkey perfection. sue smith is a butterball turkey talk line expert and she joins us now. i would imagine this is an extremely busy time for you. how many calls have you fielded so far today? >> today itself is about over, gosh, thousands of calls just today. tomorrow on thanksgiving day we'll take over 10,000 calls. that's just through the talk line itself. >> what is the most common question? >> most common question year after year is how to thaw your turkey. if it's not in your refrigerator today, don't panic. you still have time. a golden rule is thaw your turkey in a cold water, breastside down, and you have time to do it today, put it in the refrigerator tonight and it will be fine for tomorrow. >> david, don't panic because your turkey is still in the freezer. >> i still have to bathe it. that could be a problem. >> what's your second most popular question or misconception about turkey cooking? >> another popular question, we'll get this tomorrow, is how do you prevent getting a dry turkey? we recommend a
what she just saw. with her tips on preparing the perfect turkey is sue smith. butter ball's talk line expert. live from butter ball's headquarters in illinois. i did not know, back then, sue, packing the stuffing is probably not the best idea for the stuffing, is it? >> a lot of people do like the stuff, but good question, you want to stuff just lightly and that'll bring me to my first golden tip, make sure you use that meat thermometer, make sure that stuffing gets to 165 and make sure that thigh meat gets the 180 and breast meat gets to 165, 170. >> and if someone stuffs it the night before, that's the worst thing you can do. do you stand by that? >> if you're going to stuff it, it's a great way to do it, it's tradition. if your mom's done it, you're going to stuff. but yes, you want to prepare it that morning and stuff it right before you put it in the oven. >> does it ferment or something if you do it overnight? you don't want can grow in there overnight, is that it? >> you don't. definitely do prep for food safety. techniques and stuff it right before. >> what if i want to do som
and republican strategist steve smith. that's and university of delaware and starts at 8 p.m. eastern. here on c-span2, author mark friedman talks about how more baby boomers are entering into a second careers. he's the author of the big shi shift. that's also at 8 p.m. eastern. >> ahead of the federal communications commission, julius genachowski, spoke yesterday about international telecommunications policy. chairman genachowski's remarks are about one hour. >> good afternoon. thanks for joining the conversation with fcc chairman genachowski. just some quick introductory marks, sort of normal rules of the game them sure you are all familiar with. welcome to our meeting today at the council on foreign relations. plump lately turn off your cell phones, blackberries and all wireless devices to avoid intervention with the sound system and as a reminder, this meeting is on the record. i'm very excited to be here today, this perhaps the most anticipated cfr event as much as the new james bond movie, since we rescheduled a number times but i'm glad that chairman to join us today. just a quick introdu
of your chefs. >> correct. art smith was our first person that we brought on the team. it's all about the taste. if we can deliver taste -- we think the solution is very simple. create products that are good for you that actually taste better than the alternatives. make it affordable. make it convenient and assessable to everyone. >> how much do you spend on marketing? >> well, in the future we'll spend a lot on marketing. right now it's really word of mouth. >> free marketing here on "squawk." >> we appreciate it. >> ed, you had a question. >> i have not been to the restaurant. i will definitely plan to do it. you know, californians are very health conscious and it's a good place to be. i would also think there would be a lot of competition out there. how do you differentiate your product? there's a lot of emphasis on organic and health food and eating light and right and obviously you guys have found a formula that does differentiate your product. how do you do it? >> in the restaurant it's a very unique experience. there's so many multiple different aspects that have created a uniq
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